Australian table grapes are now in Japanese fruit bowls following a new agreement between the two countries.

Australia will start exporting uranium to the United Arab Emirates, under a new deal signed by the Federal Trade Minister, Andrew Robb.

Chinese wine trade, consumers and media had a chance to sample a large selection of Australia’s finest wines at a travelling roadshow through China this month.

Australia is on track to be the third largest exporter of raw cotton in the world in 2013-14, with forecasts of just under one million tonnes.

New trade agreements with Japan and South Korea will give Australian exporters unprecedented access to two of the world’s biggest markets.

Australia and South Korea have formally signed off on a free trade agreement, which will open new doors for Australian exporters.

The Japan-Australia Economic Partnership Agreement (JAEPA) announced yesterday will add billions of dollars to Australia’s economic growth over the next 20 years.

More than 90,000 cattle have been exported from Darwin – northern Australia's biggest port – in the first quarter of 2014.

Wealthy Chinese consumers indicate that they’re looking for quality over status when making an expensive purchase, according to a new survey.

Despite recent declines, China remains the number one destination for Australia’s premium wines.